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About La Grande morning observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1901-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1904)
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Don't Neglect to Grasft.tha Opportunity
tocoamlt an wpMt, If yon haw detective-area or improperly fitted
glasses. The modem inventions and inetrument, also Block of Uncut
' Lentee tarried by DB O D POMS ii the lluest ond largeat on the road,
n4tMWihfiteajfoalWly thatlilthe only apeclallat who
visit f oor town prepared to '
Ton our Eyes, Grind Your Glissei and Fit Your Frame.
Han alio, suffer adtb.aexare beadaohea do to from defective vlaloo
caosed by aa eetoe of refroetton. emora of refraction positively
fitted area Co the worst forma of Myopia, pypermetropio, and Presby
ophl. The moat dlfflcnlt caaea and children a apecialty.
Dr. C. D. Pons, the Eye Specialist
will be here 23 to 26. at
Thi, Rainbow Store
LA GRANDE MORNING OBSERVER
CURREY 6R.OS, Editors and Proprietors.
iCotared at the Pout Offloe
at La Grande,
Urecsm, aa Second CUse
Publlihed Dally Except Monday.
Oue Year In Advance. . .
Hir Months In Advance.
Per Month . .
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1904
AN?3iITAI0N ! TO YOU, i
" THIS 18 A 8PECIAL INVITATION TO YOU.
We are receiving daiy many new desighs in Wall (
Paper and Wall Decorations, and we extend this special )
invitation, to you and your friends to call and see them.
1. We are aaxious to have you see our line and we feel j?
sure you will be delighted with the visit.
1 Yours Respectfully, rL
Stackland & McLachlen
PAINTS. 0IL?S AND GLAbS )
Paper Is Chcapci Than Coal
and Looks Better.
In other words If your walls are well papered
jont fuel biH will be reduced. We do proper
Paper Hanging at drices yoq can afford to pay,
HARRIS & PRiCE
Painters, Paper Hangers and Decorators.
A,,0.,HARRIS,Phone 1566, , .M. PRICE, Phone 1491
IF BROKEN HEARTS
could be mended as neatly, quickly
ano thoroughly aa I oan repair
your jewelry there would be no sor
row in the world. No matter
whether it be a watch, ring, aneck
- lace or a baby pin dear from sbbo
. elation needs repairing, bring it to
me and It will be mended ao you
oan not tell It from new. My
apeoialty ia watoh repairing. Bring
it here and have it done honestly,
expertly and cheaply.
J. H.Pcare, the Jeweler
Fresh Chocolates -
Fresh Bon Bona
Fresh Nougaot -Fresh
Fresh Salted Peanuts
Fresh Salted Almonds
GREENE & CO.
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- ON TIME
Supreme Judge, F A Moore
Food and Dairy Commiuioner,
' J W Bailey ,.,
Presidential EIclor, JameiA Fee,
J N Hart, G B Demick, A C Hough I
Congressman J N WIIIIuidbod.
Union and Wallowa.
Joint Senator Petor McDonald.
Joint Representative J H Dobbin
Eighth Judicial District.
Prosecitlng Ait'y. Leroy Lomax
Jti'pr sentative N 0 MuLeod,
Cleik-Jas B Gi ham
Sherff J W Waldon..
Assessor Ben Brown.
Reoorder D H Proctor
Treasurer John Frawley
Commissioner J M Selders
School Supt. R A Wilkerson
Surveyor T R Brrry
Coroner J C Uenry.
La Grande Precinct.
Justice Peace J E Hough
Constable J W Fraeor
One of the encouraging signs
of the times in Union county,
from a political point of view,
is the evidence of the abandonment-of
the strife and conten
tion that has for so loug a time
caused the sacrifice of gold men
who were nominated upon tho
republican ticket in this county.
That there is a great change in
this respect, seems to be con
ceded by many who are in a po
aition to know; and thoe for
mer leaders who have so
generously stepped aside in the
interests of party harmony, are
entitled to much credit at this
lime. If the republican party
is ever to win in Uuion county
a start must be made toward
that end, and it i indeed grati
fying to note that the signs of
the times point to that start be
ing made this y.ar. Union
The ' voters of this county
should remember that ail who
do not vote on the county seat
question are iu reality voting
for Uuion, as the law provides
that before a change can be
made the place asking for a
change must receive 60 per
cent of all the votes oast. There
fore, a ballot voted upon which
the county seat .question is left
bluuk, is a vote agiinst La
Grande. This matter should
be thoroughly understood.
It is .. surprising what mis
guided ideas some people have
regarding the ability of cata
logue houses to furuuh . goods
at prices fur - below the prices
asked by local merchants.
Nearly every day we hear of
some one who hus ordered some
article from some mail order
only to find that when they re
ceive the article and pay the
freight or express charges that
their expected saving has re
sulted in an actual loss One
effort along this line is usually
sufficient to demonstrate the
fact that the local merchant
sells his goods about right.
It will pay any citi .on of this
city to take an afternoon off
and take a - stroll or a drive
over the di lie rent pai-ls of the
town. The number of new
houses in course of construction,
the number of new fences be
ing built aud the general ah- of
prosperity will have a better
stimulating effect than a large
doBe of tonic. La Grande 'is
fast building up and a few hours
spent in investigation will dem
onstrate the fact that the future
of the city is very bright.
V ben yon rrdci groceries from us 31 o
are tore to have themjdellvered on time
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j& jV W Had' We kep on,y 41
le best .
Mr. John H. Oullom, Editor o' the
Garland, Texat, News, has written a
factUTes congratulations to tie manu
letter of of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, aa follows : "Sixteen years
ago when our first ohild was
a baby be was eubjeot to oroupy
spells and we wc uld be very unnaBy
about him. We began using Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in 1887, and
rinding it such a reliable remedy for
colds and croup, we have never beeu
without it in the houen siuce that
time. Wo Imve five children and
hate given it to all of them with
gnod results." For Sale by all druggists.
La Grande School of
Opposite Sonimer hoose.
Ooe of the beet musical institutions
in the stale. Four rooms need for
musical instruction, 16 gtades of
musio Uught. Department 1, 2 rooms
used for ihe 3 first gradea. Children
at the age o( 5 and older come one
hour every day. Department 2, 2
rooms for gradea 4 to 16 for pupils of
all ages. The latest course best prac
tioal musical inslruotion. Musioal
contests (or medals every few wetks.
t E. Porter Day, Principal.
Mrs. Day, Assistant
The World's Fair Route "HEN YOU WANT RUBBER
Tlmsn aittiriputinK tin Kits Urn trip, or( STAMPS REMEMBER ME.
a visit to the Louisiana run-base expo-1 1 inanuiaerire every 6tyic on any
sition at St. Louis, cannot all'ord to n"tii'g and tarry a complete slock
overlook the advantages ottered by the ' Pads Ink-, Hacks, Daiers, Rubber
Muwoi'Ri Pacific Kam.wav, whii-h, on' Type, eic St-ala, 81 ncila, Trade
account of its vaiinua routes and itale Cluck-, I'oor I'Ihiis, Postal Hcales. -ways,
has boon appropriately named; Willi-me what vou went I can
ptt-a.e you liy return mail Eveiy
tamp n qniri nient supplied.
! WESLEY ANDRFWt P.,k.r fik,
Th World's Fair Route.
Pns-engcrs from the Northwest take i
the MiHsotml PAoivia trains from Den-I
vcror Pueblo ith thoohoice of oilher
going tllreet throiili the Kansas City,
via Wichita, Fort Scott aud Pleasant
Two trains ilally from Denver and
Puchlo tu St. I.ouls without rhange,
carrying all claasce of modern equip
ment, including electric lighted obser
vation patlor cafe dining cara. Ten
unity trains between Kaneaa City aud
Write, or rail on W. O. McRrMe,
lieneral Agent, 1-M 'lhinlet, Portland
for iletniled information and lllusttatod
literalme. tf. e"" .
IvTSv avrejat our store 4
Mk V'V i'f. ' ?T BACON t
0 've MEATS !
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Anyone having rows o put In a pas
ture call on Louis Uarnard Uld Town,
or phone O W Sllke M7. Terms (1 78
in advance. 10 21
La Grande, Oregon.
C mducled hy Sisters ol St. Funii
SelMt boarding ard day school for
.- Young Ladies
AcJemio, Preparatory and Kined
gar leu courses are couducted on the
same .principle as those pursued in
our schools if Philadelphia.
Music and painting receive spocia
Letters of Inquiry directed to
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. At my farm three miles i i of Cove Post Olhee on
the foot hill road, oouimeu. iuj! at 10 o'olo k a.' in. -hi
SATURDAY, APRIL S3
I will sell at public auction C cows;v 10 two year olds,
Deluding 8 steers and two boiler-; 5 yearling; jvar tdd
bull, grde Durham; one 3b wagon; two sets of harness
and collars; one spring tooth harrow; one bay rako; one
good driving horse six year old.
TERMS.--Amounta up to $10, cash. Over $10, d
months time on approved security. Free L inch.
NCW AARKE f :
S. W. KOGER.
L. B. STEARNS Auctioneer.
J "Wish to announce that on
Saturday February 27
they will open a first class
J Meat Market in the old
S "THE BOSS" -
Corner Railroad & Fir St,
We will always keep on
hai.d a good stockof fresh
; and smokfd meats, sau-
sage , fish aud poultry,.
and will he glad to meet
I all my old petrous and
5 as inuoy new ones. All
J orders will receive our
1 CALIFORNIA PRI YET.
LA GRANDE NURSERIA
Mokes a beau'il'ul fence or screen for city hits. Its
foliuge is so deuse as to shut out nil wind. It is au
evergre-n und can be cut to any shape or form, It i
hurdy ai.il grows on any anil.' Also fine.for cemetery
lots. Fruii, shade and weeping trees, shrubs, rose?,
ttc. Let ub know your wants we do the rest.
Write box 637 or phone 1161.
QUEEN CITY GREENHOUSE
THE A B C
I9 now Ready.
With our new up
Position to turn out
Order wnk a spe
Call us up and our v
te Plat t we are in a
Phone No. 1851
PHONE j I85i
i WHITE ROSE I
i FLOUR 5
Js n.illed with the ida of pleasing every dealer's high
oluss trade-customers who appreciate quality. The
name of the Pioneer Flouring Mill Co. guarantees re-'
liability and highest grade in every sack of flour
buiiring the White Rose brtir.d.
Poneer Flouring Mill Co
c a r
Cepital Siock fob
Liability of Sharel
We do a general bank
Drafts bought and sold 0
jd ezc)isnge but-iiiess.
rn si-e foreign bnuk".
Four oi a kind- is n p elt, good hand
it cariiH. IJut at tin- butcher's lie the
iud Ihul cohiiis,'o1 the lour. Wu lteop
nly one kiud oi nicsl,' the kind that's
resh, healthy, fen dei-and lu'i-y.
Ituy your fitenki an I ciiop- here, and
iiey'll nlwjys he rlgtit. Our stock is
vll feil and p'opcrly carrd for. Couse.
piently our meat has a delicious flavor.
Bock &. Thomas
TBE FAMOUS LITTLE FILLS.
For autck relief from BiHousnkM,
Sick Hesdaho, Torpid Uver.'ilaWfW:
dies, Dlnlnoss, and all troubles arla,:f
Ing from an Inactive or sluggish Msaalif'
Uewnt Littia cany Kisera are ua
equalled. -' '
They aot promptly and never grip.
They are ao dainty that 1 1 la a pleasure
to take them. One to two act as a
mild laxative ; two or four act as a
pleasant and effective cathartic They
are purely vegetable and absolutely
harmless. Thejr tonlo the liver.
rsirasiD omlt ev
X. C. Da-Witt tc Co., Chleaatm
For Sale by all Druggists
I would like all my old friends and
custoii ers to know lhat 1 have rent
ed a portion of A. J. Webb, s feed
and will he found t'tere for business
witli llrst-chiss riirsnnd good accomo
dations, I will also board horses by
Ihe n.onth.' HoreeB bought, sold
G. W. ALLEN
In the sky cornea
tna star ol health
i famous remrrtv V W ' a ana
S dr.,;ortl.:!nm. W W'")'. ""P0 U
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ach that w!iich It
'i Is unbie 10 dolor
ltsrit, even if but
curtne IkIL a
1 1 omlan
A troubles and
"JOSEPH I .-.-' .. .K. President
, J. W. SCR1B5R, Cashier
fl n d a n b fl n 12 b ss a fl n n d a fl n a-'
supplies the natural
Juices ofdlgestien and
does the wo;k pf the
stomach, rofaxlnif Ihe
nervous tension, while
the lnllamed mu.'icle.t
and membranes of lhat
orpin sra allowed to
rut and heal, Ii cures
Indlgt itlon, flatulence,
F.iipiu.tre"n of Ilia heart,
nervous djanxaai and
all atGjr.ach trebles by
clesrjnj. puritMnr and
strengthening the glands,
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
Vi troubles and B
,VA drgostlve I
musaaniv. si. 00 sin
tks trial ate, Uet sattslsr
For Sal by all Druggists)